Senior JS/Node.js Developer

Malaga, Spain

Ranked as #12 on Forbes’ List of 25 Fastest Growing Public Tech Companies for 2017, EPAM is committed to providing our global team of over 25,900+ EPAMers with inspiring careers from day one. EPAMers lead with passion and honesty, and think creatively. Our people are the source of our success and we value collaboration, try to always understand our customers’ business, and strive for the highest standards of excellence. No matter where you are located, you’ll join a dedicated, diverse community that will help you discover your fullest potential.


Currently we are looking for an experienced Software Developer with brilliant skills in JavaScript and Node.js to join our Malaga office. This is a great opportunity to grow within an international company as EPAM in our brand new office in Malaga and be part of a successful company in continuous growth.


  • From the Technical point of view, you should be:
    • Very good programming skills (design patterns, functional programming, application state management, unidirectional data flow, etc.);
    • Good programming practices (simplicity, single responsibility, reusability);
    • Very good JavaScript ES6+/TypeScript knowledge and its basics;
    • Hands-on knowledge with a big JS framework and its ecosystem (React.js / Vue.js /Angular);
    • CSS preprocessor (LESS/SASS/PostCSS) and framework (Bootstrap or similar);
    • Testing fundamentals and experience working with unit/integration tests (Mocha/Jasmine/Jest);
    • Tooling (Webpack and NPM scripts).
  • Ideally, it would be great to have:
    • Node.js essentials (non-blocking IO and event-oriented architectures);
    • API consumption and development (Express);
    • OAuth authentication;
    • Relational/Non-relational databases.
  • Main soft-skills:
    • Good communication skills;
    • Open-minded and decisive person with confidence;
    • Think out of the box.

We offer

  • 30 calendar days paid holiday, plus 12 bank holidays per year;
  • EPAM Lifestyle Events (‘’special leave’’);
  • Support with professional training;
  • Online Library and Career development;
  • In-house training and competence professional groups;
  • Regular social events;
  • Referral bonuses.